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Medication Errors

A meningitis outbreak was recently linked to a Massachusetts compounding pharmacy. It has caused terror in patients taking medication everywhere. While the pharmacy involved was a compounding pharmacy that creates specialized medications, medication errors can occur with any drug at any pharmacy. A medication error is an event that usually can be prevented. It’s usually Read More

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Five Most Common Types Of Medical Malpractice Injury

Enso Martinez and Rebecca Fielding of Maryland recently won a record $55 million malpractice award for damages caused to their infant son when Johns Hopkins Hospital delayed performing an emergency cesarean for two full hours. While Georgia law imposes a cap on punitive damages, the true financial cost of a birth injury can net parents Read More

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Requirements For Filing A Medical Malpractice Claim In Georgia

During his stay at the Washington Adventist Hospital for treatment for cancer of the spine, Ernest Haskins developed an infection and ulcers due to the hospital’s failure to follow certain standard of care procedures. The infection limited his treatment options, as few nursing homes would accept him because of it. When a facility 129 miles Read More

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Checklist: Do You Have a Medical Malpractice Case?

Medical malpractice suits are necessary if you are injured by a medical professional. If you wish to file such a suit, it is important to keep the following factors in mind. Before you visit an attorney to learn more, ask yourself these questions: Did you visit a medical professional? Your first step is to determine Read More

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Common Mistakes Healthcare Professionals Make with Patients

Medical malpractice actions have been on the rise in Atlanta, Georgia. Perhaps you have suffered an injury, debilitating illness, or death in the family due to the medical malpractice of a healthcare professional. Medical malpractice can take many forms, so it is to your advantage to be aware of these forms for your own case. Read More

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Statute of Limitations for Bringing a Medical Malpractice Lawsuit in GA

Medical malpractice refers to negligent conduct by a physician or medical facility. In Georgia, the statute of limitations—or deadline—for bringing any personal injury lawsuit is two years from when the injury or death occurred, but there are differing time limits for filing medical malpractice claims, depending on the type of case and the age or Read More

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Five Most Commonly Encountered Examples of Medical Malpractice

Every year, patients in Georgia are the victims of medical negligence or malpractice at the hands of doctors, nurses, or other medical staff. While most of our medical providers maintain a high degree of professionalism and competence, there are still numerous instances in which medical errors and personal injuries can occur. Here are five of Read More

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Attorneys Dan Jason and Claire Bradley Jason are Military Veterans with a combined 16 years on active duty as Captains and Judge Advocates in the United States Army. Dan served at several military installations, including as Trial Defense Counsel with the Army's 2nd Infantry Division, South Korea; and Group Judge Advocate with the U.S. Army Criminal Investigations Command, Ft. Gillem, GA. Claire is an Operation Desert Storm Combat Veteran and served in a host of other installations. After moving into the Reserves, both attained the ranks of Major before their honorable discharges in 2002. Dan and Claire received several awards for their military service.